Thanks to Leigh Diprose over at FStop Lounge for including us on his list of the top 10 photography blogs to follow - and really big thanks to all our contributors for making Visual Wilderness amazing!
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes when the Visual Wilderness team is on location? In this Visual Wilderness episode, you'll get an inside look!
We are excited to launch our Hyperfocal Distance and In Sharp Focus video courses - along with a special discount code for those interested in purchasing both courses together!
Bagan, situated in the central plains of Myanmar, is amongst the world’s most mesmerising historical sites. Bagan will deliver views that'll drop your jaw!
We've had a whole lot of interest in our video tips, critiques, and courses... and we're doing our best to keep up with the demand.
This course takes an in-depth look at how we navigate the wide variety of choices we have, in order to build a photograph around a single point of interest.
Learn how to approach a scene and how to navigate the range of options available to you in order to produce a finished image that matches your artistic vision.
Take a journey to the end of the world, where landscapes are both violent and beautiful at the same time. Patagonia, a place truly out of this world.
We have just released a new FREE eBook called Visionary Insights in collaboration with 8 other photographers.
Things are different down there at the end of the world. The windswept landscapes of Patagonia is a scene of beauty, but challenge everyone's senses.
Jay, Brent and Johny give a shout-out and a thank you to the Visual Wilderness Community.
Uganda is home to one of the most amazing experiences one could have. It s a place where you can get face to face with a 250kg Mountain Gorilla.